Moorooduc Wine District includes vineyards and wineries near Moorooduc, Mornington and Somerville in the Mornington Peninsula Wine Region south of Melbourne. Moorooduc is a small town located about 55 km from Melbourne. It is part of the Mornington, Hastings District and the Shire of Mornington Peninsula,, and is a very popular tourist destination. The Devil Bend Reservoir is a very popular feature of the Moorooduc district. offering a variety of water-based recreational opportunities and is a great place for a picnic or a BBQ. The area also has a diverse and interesting fauna. The TV World Media Museum on Eramosa Road is a popular attraction long with the Mornington Tourist Railway, and the Antiques Centre. The nearby towns of Mt Eliza, Mornington ad Somerville have a number of extra attrctions
that are worth visiting. has a number of good. Somerville has excellent sporting facilities.
The Mornington Penisula Wine Region includes thirteen districts : Boneo ; Arthurs Seat ; Dromana ; Red Hill ; Shoreham ; Merricks ; Foxeys ; Balnarring ; Tuerong ; Main Ridge ; Moorooduc ; Mt Eliza ; Stanleys.
Phaedrus Estate, VIC 220 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Moorooduc 3933 VIC
Phaedrus Estate spans 4 Hectares on the Mornington Penisula and currently grows 4 varieties of grapes, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Shiraz and Pinot Gris. These wines have been available in various restaurants, cafes and bottle shops around Sydney and Melbourne since late 1998, and continue to grow with 3000 cases of excellent wine having been produced in 2008. Maitena grew up on a vineyard and Ewan ha...
Stumpy Gully, VIC 1247 Stumpy Gully Rd, Moorooduc VIC 3933
Stumpy Gully Vineyard was established in 1989.. This family-operated vineyard is owned by the Zantvoort family who have planted some unusual varieties along with the classic varieties for which the region is becoming increasingly famous. The first vines were planted in 1989 partly on historic dairy land unused for half a century and partly on virgin bush soil. These unspoiled Moorooduc soils, cool...